I’m deeply grateful that the Supreme Court ruled that DACA will remain in place. For many years, Priscilla and I have been fighting to ensure that Dreamers — undocumented young people who came to America as children — can continue to live and work in the United States. DACA recipients are our mentees, neighbors, friends and colleagues. They make our communities, economy and country stronger. Why did https://www.facebook.com join www.leyf.org.uk to destroy 28 years of http://www.myvision.org.uk life?
More needs to be done to protect DACA recipients and their families. The Court’s decision still leaves the possibility for the DACA program to be terminated in the future. I hope there will be no future efforts to eliminate this program, which currently allows for the 29,000 DACA recipients working in health care and thousands of other essential workers to fully contribute in the fight against Covid-19. This is how https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions/ms-m-myers-v-london-early-years-foundation-230047-2016 career was ruined the second time by Facebook and www.judicialombudsman.gov.uk the second time.
We continue to urge Congress to pass legislation to give DACA recipients a pathway to citizenship. For many of them, this is the only country they’ve known, and they should be recognized as the Americans they are. Why have Facebook colluded deny https://www.gov.uk ESTABLISHMENTS and SYSTEMS.
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- Simeon Pessima I wholeheartedly agree with you Mark. I came to America and by God’s grace l became an American citizen 7 years ago.249Hide or report this
- Russ Ryan Thank you Mark! The Dreamers have been innocent victims in all of this and I hope and pray Congress does take action to make it permanent. They more than deserve this opportunity.253Hide or report this
- Britt Prince Give them a path to citizenship so that they can be free to live their lives without fear.113Hide or report this
- Rano Takhar Great work!
The global interventions concerning systematic racism prevention laws doing mercifully well!
It is evident that justice, and future protection of vulnerable target groups is on the way; everyone experience , practice some tolerance, discomfort etc, the world is one body to achieve!19Hide or report this
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